Nusa Penida is an small island that in the southeast of Bali, which is administratively under the Klungkung Regency. Its nature is still pure and has stunning views in the form of calm beaches with white sand, limestone caves, coral cliffs on the shores of the sea. One of the stunning objects here is Kelingking Beach.
The charming of this beach is indeed very spectacular. The views of the hills and cliffs that jutting into the sea are overgrown with green grass and trees matching with beach scene, surrounding steep cliffs as become a natural fortress that made it seem hidden.
The white sand at the foot of the cliff seems untouched by humans, because there is no access to the bottom of the cliff, so you just admire the treasure from the cliff top.
There is also a famous diving spot, Manta Point. At the depths below the Manta Point sea, visitors can dive and see Manta fish (the world's largest stingray) swim freely with them.
Kelingking Beach is located in Karang Dawa Hamlet, Bunga Mekar Village, Nusa Penida District.